Good evening, everyone! We hope you all enjoyed this lovely Wednesday. We have a lot to talk about with this potential upcoming Nor’Easter on Friday into Saturday. Late July may be the hardest time of year to get a Nor’Easter, with the main jet stream generally being protracted towards the Arctic rather than diving down towards the mid-latitudes. But with a strong blocking pattern with a -NAO blocking ridge in Greenland as well as a ridge forming out west, we are able to get some of the necessary ingredients we normally see in the Fall and Winter months for a potential Nor’Easter.
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